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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #63819: To say or to tell
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    To say or to tell

    Write the correct form of SAY or TELL in the blanks.

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    1. My cousin us that he was too busy to come.

    2. Ann she was very busy yesterday.

    3. He he liked London very much.

    4. George that book belonged to his brother.

    5. John is me about his trip to Australia.

    6. Are you that you never met him before?

    7. Who you Mr Bell was a teacher?

    8. He he could teach me easily.

    9. Henry that French is difficult for him, he can't manage very well.

    10. Can you me where I can find Mr Fotso?

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